Dayton attorney Nadia Lampton was appointed to the Allen County Children Services Board by the Allen County Commissioners. The Allen County Children Services agency works with many partners in the Lima and Allen County communities to make sure children are protected and families are supported so they can give their children a safe home.
Lampton has served as the chair of the Dayton Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Committee and the Bar Briefs Editorial Board. She received her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Dayton School of Law where she was a dean’s fellow, a teaching assistant, the executive publications editor of the law review, and the associate justice of extramural competitions for the law school’s Moot Court program. Lampton advises business owners and management in all aspects of labor and employment, and has garnered an extensive and successful track record assisting clients in the construction, industrial manufacturing, healthcare, media and entertainment and technology industries navigate and prevail in large-scale labor arbitration disputes and litigation matters.